Dogs love autumn leaves! You can play with them with your foot, or you can bury your head in them. Be sure to take a picture of your pet in the process – the photos will definitely turn out great! But while enjoying the autumn, do not lose your vigilance. Autumn leaves can be dangerous for a pet, and here’s why.
Why are autumn leaves dangerous?
Fallen multicolored leaves cover the ground like a blanket. It is pleasant to walk on them, it is pleasant to look at them, but we do not see what is under them. Continue reading
From the owner, in the first place, of course, depends on what kind of dog will grow-obedient and loyal, or insidious egoist, which directs all its intelligence on how to outwit the owner.
What can often be found in real life? For example, a puppy was taken from its parents at the age of 1-2 months. For various reasons, the new owners do not know how to play with the dog correctly or do not understand the importance of this particular direction for the full physical and mental, intellectual development of a young, untrained dog. Attempts to bite the puppy’s native owners are suppressed quite harshly. Either the owners are trying to buy off their Pets with the number of toys. Continue reading